Le Marche Talensac, Nantes

About Le Marche Talensac, Nantes

Le Marche Talensac, Nantes - Address, Phone Number

Address: Rue Talensac, 44000 Nantes, France

Phone: +33-240205998

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 07:00 am - 01:00 pm Details

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If you are looking for a market where you can do shopping for both grocery as well as clothes, come to Marche de Talensac. This market is probably one of the most popular markets of Nantes. It is one of the oldest markets, situated right at the center of the city. This market is usually open from Tuesday to Sunday and remains closed on Monday. The entire market is divided into 3 sections – enclosed space, indoor intermediate portion and an open air market. 

Le Marche Talensac Information

  • The market is open on all holidays. If that day is a Monday, the market remains open.
  • Parking near the market is not for free.
  • Entry is free.

How To reach Le Marche Talensac by Public Transport

  • C2 bus, get off at the stop Talensac
  • Tram 2, get off 50 Hostages

Restaurants Near Le Marche Talensac

  • La Cour Talensac
  • L'Grain de Ble
  • Les bouteilles - La cantine
  • La Creperie des Delices
  • Restaurant Le K Gourmand
  • La Bosselle
  • Cafe Marmaille

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  • Kind of pricey and lineups can be long on Sunday mornings. Great fish, though! Many stalls offer regional foods (including a couple of international food options) and to-go meals. Very heavy on "charcuterie" (cold pork meat), keep this in mind if you don't eat pork.

  • It is Nantes oldest and main market. One can find all traditional and fresh products from seafood to fruit, cheese and so on. Nice to visit

  • Freshest fish and seafood. Live shrimp that basically says it all.

  • A market for the foodie...huge selection of typically French food direct from the growers. Some other stalls including clothes, hats and shoes.

  • So many seafood not expensive... but be careful of the kids who are "begging" for your money...

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